Full landscape View #8. For proportional natal/radix charts. For Your Charts and Provided Charts. Tropical, Geocentric.
Here’s an extract from the Swiss Ephemeris documentation:
Gauquelin sectors This is the “house” system used by the Gauquelin’s and their epigones and critics in statistical investigations in Astrology. Basically, it is identical with the Placidus house system, i.e. diurnal and nocturnal arcs of ecliptic points or planets are subdivided. There are a couple of differences, though.
– Up to 36 “sectors” (or house cusps) are used instead of 12 houses.
– The sectors are counted in clockwise direction.
– There are so-called plus (+) and minus (–) zones. The plus zones are the sectors that turned out to be significant in statistical investigations, e.g.many top sportsmen turned out to have their Mars in a plus zone. The plus sectors are the sectors 36 – 3, 9 – 12, 19 – 21, 28 – 30.
AC displays these + sectors in red,
How to display a chart’s Gauquelin Sectors
Go to full landscape.
Select #8 Full Landscape option
Note that a proportional chart style is automatically selected by AC when displaying Gauquelin Sectors.
Example chart, when Full Landscape View #8 is selected.
Example chart without zodiacal degrees and minutes. See Don’t show current House System, etc – Gauquelin Sector settings below
Gauquelin Listing in the Speculum, for View #8 and Your Chart listing
Note Gauquelin sectors planets/points are not shown in the Speculum listing unless View #8 or Your Chart listing with G is selected
Gauquelin Sector Settings
For Your Charts.
Example Chart, when Browsing is selected (Browse button – bottom left) and the G Switch is tapped. (G switch is green colour when active/enabled)
This can occur if a chart isn’t initially a Natal chart or is initially a bi-wheel chart. Easily fixed by tapping a chart record.